From Sept. 14-25, JSerra baseball players traveled across the street to the Shea Center to do their annual community service work.
Every day from 4:15-5:30 p.m. players took part in moving hay bales, cleaning equipment, all the way to creating a parking lot for the Shea Center’s huge fundraising barbecue. Susan Martin, director of fundraising, has called upon the JSerra baseball program for its fourth year of helping out.
Susan says, “The boys are a tremendous help for the Shea Center and for helping create a great environment for the annual barbecue.”
We put aside baseball activities for two weeks to ensure that the boys can create a positive influence for the city of San Juan Capistrano and the future riders at the Shea Center.
JSerra Catholic High School pitcher Joe Kurrasch spent a few minutes Thursday afternoon between racing home from baseball practice and getting ready for prom answering questions about the season – and his future.
In an interview with the Orange County Register’sPeter Schelden, Kurrasch talks about the injury that ended his season.
During the playoffs, he said he plans to cheer on his teammates, and “has confidence in them to get the job done.”
They got it done yesterday, dispatching Adolfo Camarillo 3-2 behind the strong pitching of Grahamm Wiest and clutch hitting of Bret Dahlson. They face Riverside Poly Tuesday in the second-round of CIF playoffs.